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Law and Entrepreneurship with JP McAvoy

Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do

Release Date: 11/05/2019

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Scott Shay is the Chairman and co-founder of Signature Bank of New York, which started with no deposits and has become a $50 billion bank. Before founding the bank, he also had a successful career on Wall Street.  Most recently he has released a new book, "In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism"

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In episode 536 of "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do", host Thom Singer does a quick catch up about the podcast and his career. 

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Reuben Abootorabi is an award-winning hunter who loves getting "the impossible" meetings for his clients with decision makers they are dying to meet. Modelled on the high touch and relationship centric Creative Artist Agency in Hollywood, Reuben founded The Austin Agency to help the companies he works with win more business and outperform their competition. In spare time he loves to travel, read thought provoking books, and Texas two stepping at a local watering hole.  

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Richard Citrin bridges the gap between business, psychology and entrepreneurship. He draws on his deep experience as a health care entrepreneur, clinical psychologist, corporate executive and leadership coach to present his insights and ideas in a practical and powerful manner that creates real change and success for his clients whether they are corporate executives or the small businessman trying to grow his or her enterprise.

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Episode 533 of "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" is co-produced in partnership with the Austin Technology Council, the largest tech industry organization in Central Texas. ATC empowers members by using insights, resources, and connections so their members can succeed and thrive. This episode is an in-depth interview with Mathias Ihlenfeld, the CEO and Founder of woom bikes USA . Check out this conversation about life, entrepreneurship, and Austin.

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On episodes 532 Thom Singer sits down to chat about business with Ben Lamm.  Ben is the co-founder and CEO of Hypergiant Industries.  He is a serial tech entrepreneur with a lot of great experience and advice.

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On episode 531 of "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" Thom Singer interviews Christie Woods.  Christie has had an interesting life and career Miss Teen USA, a television actress, a wife and mother, a two-time contestant on "The Amazing Race", and a successful relationship coach.  Her husband, Colin Guinn, was the guest on episode 479 talking about the drone industry and their Amazing Race victory in 2019.  In this interview we get to meet Christie and learn about her success in life and business. 

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In this episode Thom Singer sits down with Jim Cathcart to talk about his life long career as a speaker.  Jim started out seeking his path, but took him several jobs before finding his passion to educate others.  Jim is the first guest ever on "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" to admit to having once been a door to door donut salesperson (Ha ha).  This is also the only episode where the guest took out his guitar and played a song in the middle of the interview.

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Thom Singer invites Jenny de St Georges to episode 529 of "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" to talk about building a business.  Jenny has an impacting story of how she started her speaking business talking specifically to dentists.  Her success over the decades has been unparalleled in the world of speaking and training.  She gives advice that come from doing.  She has lived the entrepreneur life.

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Todd Caponi has spent a lifetime in sales and been the VP of Sales and / or Chief Revenue Officer for several companies.  Through his real life experience he has created this amazing content that will help you and your company succeed more.  In this episode he shares great advice for entrepreneurs and others about how to get things done in the world of selling.

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On episode 508 of "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do", Thom Singer sits down with lawyer Jeffrey (JP) McAvoy to discuss his interesting journey as an attorney and an entrepreneur.  JP has worked with many high level business professionals and has some unique perspectives on what it takes to be successful.  
 
JP McAvoy practices corporate and commercial law. He assists his clients with a wide range of transactions including financings and acquisitions, re-organizations, and corporate entity structuring matters. He acts for clients buying and selling businesses and represents a diverse range of corporations in Canada, the United States, and Eastern Asia.
 
 
JP also teaches Corporate Law at Algonquin College and works with financial, insurance, and accounting advisers to provide tax, trust and estate planning advice to entrepreneurial clients and professionals. Prior to commencing private practice, JP was a founding employee of Silicon Valley start-up Zip2, which was sold to Compaq and later merged with Alta Vista. He is a Contributing writer for the New Economy Watch, founding member of the Ottawa Junior Chamber of Commerce, and a Business Legal Consultant with CPLS.PA (www.cplspa.com).
 
Over the last five years, JP has led over sixty five significant corporate and commercial transactions totalling more than $80 million including:
  • Gazit America Inc. purchase of the 49,000 square-foot Nepean Medical Centre through its subsidiary, ProMed Properties Inc. in a transaction valued at $12.3 million.
  • Multi-million dollar share sale of Arnone Paving and Concrete Ltd. and A & A Cutting and Coring to a large regional construction company.
  • Combusco Inc. sale of assets to Reliance Comfort Limited Partnership by its general partner GP Waterheater Trust.
In 2011, JP’s accomplishments earned him a Ottawa Business Journal Forty Under Forty Award.

Contact JP McAvoy at his Email:  jpmcavoy@conductlaw.com